One of the major conversations following the NFL Scouting Combine revolves around who helped their stock out the most and who's stock has fallen after a poor performance.
This year, two of the biggest risers come at positions of need for the Bears.
According to Adam Jahns of the Sun-Times, Pittsburgh's Aaron Donald and Oklahoma State's Justin Gilbert saw their stock go up in Indianapolis. Jahns also believes the Bears should take a hard look at defensive back with the 14th overall selection in the NFL Draft.
"I'm starting to think that the secondary needs are starting to outweigh the needs up front," Jahns said. "I say that because they want to bring back Henry Melton. I think that's an easier deal to get done than Charles Tillman so that leaves a big hole at cornerback."
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